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There are four requirements for “Risk Based Thinking” which is to be identified under the context of the organization.
1. Identifying the significant impacts.
2. Identifying internal and external issues.
3. Scope of the EMS.
4. Identifying the business flow.
1. To satisfy BCA requirements for contractor up gradation from CW01CW02 to B1 and B2.
2. To reduce environmental prosecution risks – with no violation to Environmental Acts / Regulations.
3. To gain or retain market share by being amongst the Green Partners – as winning edge against competitors!
Annex SL is an ISO document that defines a high level structure [HSL] for the framework of a generic management system. It was first published by ISO’s Technical Management Board (TMB) in 2012 and the recent release of ISO 9001:2015 has been revised to align with Annex SL…
Small and medium scale industries in the Singapore market usually split the quality costs into four areas:
Prevention Costs: The money spent on preventing issues from occurring such as training, creation of standards, quality plans, etc.
Appraisal Costs: The money spent on physically checking and auditing products, and systems.
With the ISO 9001:2015, many companies are still asking themselves what documentation is required. Back with the 2008 release, most companies were comfortable with the six mandatory procedures that were expected of them as well as the need for a quality policy and manual. The update to 2015 has however removed the requirement for a quality manual and blurred the distinction between procedures and records.